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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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18 Oct 2017

Long speech, lots of tea: party meeting with Chinese characteristics

BEIJING The speech was long, the refreshments austere, but Zhang Weiguo, a Communist Party official from Hubei province in central China, was thrilled.

18 Oct 2017

Long speech, lots of tea - party meeting with Chinese characteristics

BEIJING The speech was long, the refreshments austere, but Zhang Weiguo, a Communist Party official from Hubei province in central China, was thrilled.

18 Oct 2017

Long speech, lots of tea: party meeting with Chinese characteristics

BEIJING, Oct 18 The speech was long, the refreshments austere, but Zhang Weiguo, a Communist Party official from Hubei province in central China, was thrilled.

17 Oct 2017

Coming of age in an era of prosperity - Meet China's 'bubble generation'

WUHAN, China Call them China's bubble generation.

17 Oct 2017

A young Chinese rebel feels the pull of family ties

CHENGDU, China Her stepfather was dying from pulmonary heart disease in an intensive care unit on the other side of the country and Zheng Yue had to rush to the airport to catch a flight to see him.

17 Oct 2017

Cash and coffee: a young woman's path in a changing China

CHENGDU, China When she was a child, Qin Lijuan's grandfather was the local Communist Party boss in the district where they lived in southwestern China. But one of her favourite things to do was decidedly capitalistic.

17 Oct 2017

A 'goddess party secretary' ponders her future in fast-moving China

WUHAN, China In the mid 1980s, as a wave of economic reforms swept China, Qi Jing's parents fled the poverty of their farming village to seek opportunity in the bustling city of Wuhan.

10 Oct 2017

Chinese firms rush to hedge as yuan swings begin to sting

SHANGHAI Hobbled by the yuan's unexpected surge this year, more Chinese companies are trading currency derivatives to hedge risks, although many mainland firms remain exposed to swings in China's increasingly volatile currency.

27 Sep 2017

China money markets calm ahead of Q3 health check, holidays

SHANGHAI, Sept 27 Chinese money markets are approaching a quarterly health check of the country's banks and a week-long holiday with more placidity than usual, helped in part by increased cash supplies from government spending.

05 Sep 2017

China hits booming cryptocurrency market with coin fundraising ban

SHANGHAI/LONDON China on Monday banned and deemed illegal the practice of raising funds through launches of token-based digital currencies.

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